Rockstar Celebrates 10th Anniversary With Grand Theft Auto: Vice City iSO and Android Ports

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bill-swift - November 27, 2012

When most gamers think back on the era of the Playstation 2, a lot of games come to mind. Opinions differ on which games really reigned supreme at the time but none can deny the power of the Grand Theft Auto series. GTA was able to push the boundaries in every way possible; becoming a nightmare for parents around the world. As it turns out, GTA would be a the foundation for a new level of violence and other such adult themes in the video game industry. They didn't turn us into killers or car thieves that's good.

Rockstar is celebrating the 10th anniversary of the release of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City with a bit of an early Christmas gift for fans of the series. Come December 6th, Vice City will be making it's way onto iOS and Android with a newly revamped version of the game with the low price tag of only $4.99. I'm not sure of the specific term for this sort of thing but it's definitely a 'steal' in my book. See what I did there? Steal...Grand Theft Auto...It's funny...

This new version will feature more than just a graphics update. GTA: Vice City will feature a larger space for players to free roam as well as updated character models, updated lighting effects, increased precision for targeting and firing, a fully customizable control layout and native support for Retina Display. Oh, and did I mention that it's only $4.99? $4.99! Do yourself a favor and indulge in some old school nostalgia and pickup your digital copy of Vice City when it hits app stores December 6th.

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